january. we make them in september. that's our new year. which makes it a perfect time to say, "this year, i will broaden my child's fiscal understanding." now while a bit tougher than simply swapping baby carrots for edamame, squeezing money lessons into our back-to-school-busy lives doesn't have to be this overwhelming project. keep it simple and natural. try, "this year, i'll show my kid what the cell phone bill looks like." or, "this year, my child will help plan and budget our family vacation." you can even go all out and instate a more formal allowance or salary program. now, true, many of us break our new years resolutions, by, say, march. but look at it this way: in this case, if you make it to march, your kids already seven months in. i'm alisa weinstein. >> susie: join us tomorrow for a special edition of "nightly business report," remembering september 11. we'll look at the development of the homeland security industry to the massive changes to the airline industry.